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Thank you for joining us during the coordinated online campaign to end the Korean War today! We hope you flooded the world of metatags and social media with your posts to increase understanding around the conflict in Korea.
Please tell Obama the the Secretary of State to end the costliest war in U.S. history! Please sign the petition here: http://www.endthekoreanwar.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=26&Itemid=16
North Korea insists on direct talks with the United States. Leaders in Pyongyang consider South Korea’s armed forces to be controlled from Washington and maintain that South Korea was not party to the 1953 cease-fire. Since the Clinton administration, our country has negotiated through the six-party approach, largely avoiding substantive bilateral discussions, which would have excluded South Korea.
• “North Korea’s Consistent Message to the U.S.”
By former President Jimmy Carter in the Washington Post, November 24, 2010
[INCLUDES VIDEO FOOTAGE] • Tim Shorrock
on Democracy Now
“A Return Trip to North Korea’s Yongbyon Nuclear Complex”
By Siegfried S. Hecker
You can also barrage the White House and State Department with emails and urge President Obama and State Secretary Clinton to immediately stop the joint U.S.-South Korean war maneuvers, and sign a Peace Treaty to end the state of war that has existed for sixty years on the Korean